welcome to the
Virtual Social Centre

An online community for people with disability

We invite you to open up the door to the online world.

The Virtual Social Centre allows you to meet people online, learn about the Local Area Coordination (LAC) and the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS), and build capacity, all from the comfort of your home. 

R U OK Day

There's something for everyone

In a challenging year where staying connected is crucial, it has never been more important to reach out and through the Virtual Social Centre, five live and interactive sessions across two days will take a holistic approach to ensuring we’re all OK. Across the R U OK? Day sessions, you will hear from R U OK? Ambassador Alistair Schuback about the signs of someone struggling in life, as well as a variety of healthcare professionals about the topic of mindfulness.

Download the September Calendar

Read more about our September activities

Stay connected from your home

The Virtual Social Centre is a welcoming virtual space where participants and carers can actively participate in live events that cover topics from employment, health and wellness, music and mindfulness to starting a business and more. You may be eligible to join the Virtual Social Centre if you are a current NDIS participant or if you are the carer or family member of someone who is an NDIS participant.

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We will help get you online

The Virtual Social Centre is easy to use. However, we are here to help you through the process every step of the way. For help with connecting to the VSC contact us on 1300 986 970 or email [email protected].

Get in touch to get started

Hear what our participants have to say:
  • Being mobility handicapped, getting out is a very difficult problem. This means we sit at home a lot but VSC offers an alternative – something stimulating to do. With all the different programs offered, and face-to-face chat with friends –it makes such a difference to our attitude, lifting spirits and being able to laugh with friends and keep the brain active. It has made me feel wanted, a valuable member of society instead of feeling that there was nothing left for me.
    Ann H
    Australian Capital Territory
  • It is a horrible thing to feel stuck and like you can’t connect with anybody, the Virtual Social Centre helps with making that better...
    Australian Capital Territory
  • I really value the Virtual Social Centre. It means I can have a social life from bed, which is important as I have chronic fatigue.
    Australian Capital Territory
  • I love it. It is fun. I like chatting with the ladies and the hosts are always so kind.
    Australian Capital Territory

Want to get started?

Take the first step and get in touch.

Call us on 1300 986 970, email us at [email protected], or get an immediate response by messaging us through our live chat